The Azerbaijan and Armenia troops are reported to have clashed again overnight in the Caucasus area of Nargono-Karabakh that is under dispute.
The reports say that heavy weapons, artillery and mortars have been used by both sides.
30 soldiers have died as a result of the Saturday fighting. Several civilian casualties have also been caught up in the fight.
The ethnic-Armenian separatists have taken control of Nagorno-Karabakh since the war came to an end in 1994.
The defense ministry for Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh unrecognized republic said that there is tension in the front line.
The Azeris said that Armenian soldiers shelled positions of their armed forces along the front lines with the use of heavy weapons, mortars and artillery.
But the Armenian, who are backed by the defense ministry in Karabakh, accused Azerbaijan that it fired artillery and rockets.
Russia sales weapons to both sides and has called for ceasefire to be exercised immediately and that both side remain restraint.
Each of the two sides has blamed the other for being the source of the hostilities.
Armenia has said that 18 ethnic-Armenian troops have been killed while Azerbaijan reports that 12 troops from its camp have died. Children are also victims in the conflict.
Azerbaijan said its armed forces had come under fire first from large-calibre artillery and grenade-launchers, and that it had taken over two strategic hills and a village.
The Armenian govt has said that Azerbaijan are launching massive attacks with the use of artillery, tanks and hilicopters.
This Friday-night-fire eruption is the worst since 1994 when the two sides eventually exercised cease fire.
The region lies in Azerbaijan but ethnic Armenians control it where they operate their activities such as financial backing and Armenian military.
The Nagorno-Karabakh violence escalated in 1991 having started 1n 1980’s after the collapse of the Soviet Union.